It stung like a violent wind
That our memories depend On a faulty camera in our minds But I’m thinking of what Sarah said That love is watching someone die
the Little Green Gloves
Hospitals seem to have them everywhere. These boxes of little green latex-y gloves in convenient wall mounted dispensers by the door to each room. The nurses and the junior nurses (which are actually called PCAs but everyone assures me that it isn’t an acronym but I don’t believe them) use these gloves anytime they have touch gross things. Or some medicines, which I guess are...
Granted, I am a bit late to the party, but I finally figured out how to use Netflix. I have been queuing up all of those movies that I’ve never seen (which seems to include most movies in existence). I used my newfound skills to finally enable a viewing of Fight Club a few days ago. Man was it good. Very well produced, and some interesting philosophical somethings or others. Hopefully...
the Chest Wall
It turns out that you have one. A chest wall that is. Mine is bruised and swollen right over my heart. The inflammation alternately makes my left arm go numb. Quite a fun injury to be confused by. At least after visiting the doctor yesterday I don’t have to worry that I am experiencing a week long heart attack. The good news is that there is absolutely nothing that can be done to make...
Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
It’s been a long while since I’ve seen a sunrise from this side. Too bad it wasn’t spectacular, or colorful, or even really unique. On a side note, I saw Idlewild last week. With the exception of one poorly executed Matrix style bullet special effect scene, it was really good. Very well done. Very creative camera work. An interesting and believable story line, if not new. ...
Why People Don't Use Mass Transit →
A look at the downsides mass transit must overcome in order for people to abandon the automobile.